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(Baldy playing at the gym) After my Mulholland 85k at the end of August, I struggled a bit to start running again. My legs were heavy for a week, but thankfully, I didn’t have any aches or pains and physically, I recovered really quickly (probably because of all the walking I did toward the end). On the other…Read More
My first post on this blog was 10 years ago today. (Look at how grown up we are now!) I didn’t know how often I would write, what I would really write or where the blog would go. Through 809 posts, the blog has followed me through a lot of adventures and life experiences, including…Read More
In August, for the first time in what feels like forever, I went for a run really worth writing about. I just posted a recap of my Mulholland 85k. It was fun and really hard. Other than that, August was my usual training, plus my first run at Los Liones since Chase was born (with Chamoun),…Read More
A few years ago I noticed that Mulholland Drive/Highway runs continuously from Hollywood all the way to the ocean. It starts more or less at the 101 and Cahuenga (near the Hollywood Bowl) and winds through the Hollywood Hills, the hills above Beverly Hills, Bel Air, across the Sepulveda Pass, onto “Dirt Mulholland” between Brentwood and the Valley,…Read More
Another month where my only post is this monthly summary. (At least I’m still writing the monthly summary though, I guess.) Training and life these days are mostly about routine and that routine doesn’t involve much to write about. So, I don’t write. Still though, 191 miles and 27,000 feet of elevation gain made July my biggest month of running…Read More
June was a good month. Chase is growing and changing and becoming more fun on an almost daily basis. Between months 4 and 5, he’s become so aware of his surrounding. You can almost see his mind working to figure out things like how to get a toy just out of his reach or what…Read More